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speed wrt to reading from ext3 partitions

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I have tried to run profiles off an ext3 partition that I created. Now I am not sure whether it is GPT that is the issue or whether generally ext3 partition read speeds are low. But if for instance I run FF in SL using a profile on an ext3 partition; it is noticeably slow.

are there any tips or maybe pointers to a glaring issue i have missed?
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